the house of Commons in the british parliament votes for a letter of intent, that the british can't leave the EU without an agreed divorce.
318 votes, while the 310 votes against the proposal, which was tabled by the conservative mp Caroline Spelman.
The elected parliamentarians voted on Tuesday night on seven amendments to the plan of the british way out of the EU.
Two out of the seven proposals were voted through. In addition to the Spelmans amendment was also a proposal from the conservative Graham Brady voted through.
He suggested that the agreement on the so-called backstop to be replaced with "alternative measures" to avoid a so-called tough irish border control.
Backstop has previously been mentioned as a safety net to ensure that there will be no hard border between Ireland and northern Ireland.
A hard limit will among other things mean that there will be checkpoints between the republic of Ireland and northern Ireland, as they will each be subject to different customs rules.
Tuesday's amendment to a brexitaftale comes in the wake of that, even the same assembly 15. January voted against the brexitaftale, as prime minister, Theresa May has negotiated with the EU.
But with today's vote the european parliament will send Theresa May back to the negotiating table in Brussels in order to change the agreement, there is.
- I agree that we should not leave the EU without an agreement, says May after the vote in parliament.
But to oppose a so-called hard brexit in the absence of agreement, is not enough to stop it, sounds the on from May.
She will now initiate conversations in the community context, but it will not be easy, assures May.
A third proposal, which received much attention up to the vote, acted to postpone the date of brexit. It was made by Yvette Cooper from the opposition Labour party.
If not May be able to deliver an agreement before the 26. February, need exit date kicks off with nine months, was called. But it was voted down.
According to plan, leaving the british UNION 29. march of this year.